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Here she seems sad from the way her, what looks like ears, are drooped back like a sad dog, as well as sadness in her eyes. The rest of the story offers good lessons on friendship and parental teaching as Beegu is redeemed in the end. Beegu is a bright yellow, strange looking creature from another planet who somehow gets lost on earth. T, a young alien that had become separated from their family and lost on, what was to them, an alien planet, however befriends a group of children and is soon to be reunited by their family.

She tries to comunicate and form friendships although she is often pushed away, due to her being misunderstood and different. This book is charming and an excellent read for KS1 children, particularly Foundation stage and for classrooms with UAL and SEN children. Unfortunately a dog shelter owner and a primary school teacher put a stop to her adventure in the school and again is left to be alone.On the other hand, she does understand the important things, and when her parents eventually do rescue her, she informs them that "Earth creatures were mostly big and unfriendly, but there were some small ones who seemed hopeful. Then she encounters young kids on the playground who accept her as a friend; that is until a teacher comes and kicks her off the playground. Ignored by both the rabbits and leaves she seeks friendships from the adults she finds in the city of London, only to be dismissed. I love it when Beegu finds some friends, the puppies and snuggles up happily with them, and the scene with the children.

An important book which could be used for so many different ages and abilities especially as mentioned bellow with SEN and EAL children. Wandering once again, Beegu encounters a group of schoolchildren on the playground, who warmly welcome her into their midst - until the grownup in charge puts a stop to it.I love the scene where she is reunited with her parents and she retells her experiences in her special language, the pictographs are great in her speech bubble. But even this refuge is denied her, in the morning, when the shelter worker reacts poorly to finding this strange creature on his doorstep. Would be a lovely story to share with EAL children, about how we speak different languages and some may feel the struggle of not being understood. In the end the Alien finds their mother and explains how earth people are cruel and rejecting but suggested there was still an opportunity for change. But at last, on a school playground, Beegu discovers a group of fantastic companions who are happy to let her join their games .

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